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Job Opportunities: Tate, The Photographers' Gallery and The National Gallery

Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 11:45

Photography & Imaging Manager at Tate Britain

Tate are looking for a London-based Photography and Imaging Manager to join their Collection Care division. The opportunity involves planning, management and development of Photography and Imaging operations across Tate inclduing managing the day to day operations of Tate’s Photography and Imaging teams across all Tate sites and on location.

The role will involve work with the Head of Collection Management in the strategic planning and leadership of the department and playing a leading role in developing the Photography and Imaging specialism. Therefore, Tate are looking for candidates with a museum or gallery background who have significant experience in managing a Photography and Imaging team.

To find out more and apply click here.

Digital Manager at The Photographers' Gallery

The Photographers' Gallery are looking for a Digital Manager to develop, manage and maintain TPG's webite and other key digital channels.  A priority of the role is overseeing and supporting the implementation of the final phase of the gallery’s ambitious digital transformation project, which involves all areas of the gallery’s operations in particular ensuring smooth integration of website, CRM and e-commerce systems.  

The position will be filled by an indiviual who is able to demonstrable expertise in managing and developing websites and related digital platforms, with "the ability to advise, shape and lead strategy and implementation around content, architecture and design, as well as having a strong understanding of how to engage and build audiences through excellent and inspiring user experiences and enhanced digital initiatives."

To find out more and apply click here.

Head of National Programmes at The National Gallery

The National Gallery are looking for an individual to fill the Head of National Programmes with the a key new strategic objective of the Gallery in to become 'a truly national Gallery' in mind. The role will therefore include devising a new national strategy for working in collaborative partnerships with both larger and smaller museums and galleries across the UK.

The Head of National Programmes is responsible for leading, developing and delivering the Gallery's national programmes and partnerships in collaboration with the Director of Public Programmes and Partnerships and the Heads of Education and Exhibitions. 

The role will also involve close collaboration with colleagues across the Gallery in order to broaden and strengthen the range of innovative programmes in which the Gallery may participate in the future.

To find out more and apply click here.

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